Giving healthcare professionals the ability to help patients remotely can be a game-changer, from emergencies to rehab. But it requires a vision and a plan.
When I had a stroke five years ago at 10:20 on a Saturday night, telehealth saved my life. At the time, only 3%-5% of people in the United States were able to get the “clot-busting” drug called tPA in time to avoid brain damage. I could have died before I got treatment.
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